The Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education (QSITE) Far North Queensland Conference attracted close to 300 teachers from a range of school sectors in and around Cairns, QLD.
I was delighted to be invited back as a the starting keynote presenter and had the pleasure to share some of Adobe’s research into preparing Generation Z for the future. All my resources for this event can be found on the Adobe Education Exchange via http://bit.ly/adobe-qsite17
It was lovely to re-connect with Educational Psychologist Andrew Fuller who was the other keynote presenter. I have been a follower of Andrew’s amazing work since I was a young teacher in the early 1990s.
I enjoyed presenting a workshop focused on how some of Adobe’s mobile apps can add creativity to classroom experiences.
My workshop was one of about 30 that were provided throughout the day. I really enjoyed one of the iPad workshops run by Apple and learned a lot about features of the the new Apple iOS for the iPad.
Congratulations to Mark Holland, Leigh Howser and the rest of the QSITE Nth QLD Chapter Committee for putting on such a great event.